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New Logo and Branding

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We are excited to announce that we have a new logo and branding! Some of you who have seen our growth from the start might think that the logo looks familiar…

Michiaki Mochizuki | Studio Visit

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

One of our biggest blessings came in the form of a gift from our friend Noriyasu for our wedding in 2016. He had given us an original framed painting –…

Conte | From Factory to Home

Conte | From Factory to Home

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

With more time spent at home we’ve begun to truly appreciate the preparation tools that perform well in the kitchen with no fuss. Makanai by Conte, the multi-use series of…

A Deeper Dark | Ryuji Mitani Exhibition Recap

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Two weeks ago, we held A Deeper Dark, an exhibition of works by Ryuji Mitani, that for the duration of the event, brought our gallery a special allure that only…

Shiro and Shiro | Makoto Koizumi Exhibition Recap

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Our time with Makoto Koizumi flashed by but was just long enough to create a capsule of warm memories. As many of you may know since we speak of it…

Makoto Koizumi | Studio Visit

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Our love for Makoto Koizumi comes from a place of respect, a heavy admiration of his works that embody every aspect of what we consider good design. We’ve been communicating…

Ten Perfect Pairings – A Neighborhood Gift Guide

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

For Valentine’s Day this year we created a gift guide pairing our items with items sold by some of our favorite downtown shops in New York. We’ve become friends with…

New Year’s Osechi

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Our year started off with new adventures into the Japanese culinary world and we couldn’t have had the opportunity without the hospitality of our good friend, Aya Nihei, who prepared…

Wood Cup by Nalata Nalata

Wood Cup by Nalata Nalata

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

When we first moved to New York as students, somehow managing to find an apartment in the East Village, we quickly began to notice how the pace of the city…

Forging Shadows | Takayoshi Narita Exhibition Recap

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We had a great time during last week’s Forging Shadows exhibition. Although Takayoshi Narita works in only two materials, stainless steel and wrought-iron, the textures on his works are so…

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